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Wood Flooring

We have the sole responsibility for installing and repairing flooring. Our flooring may be installed for commercial or residential purposes and any type of material may be used, as long as it falls into the flooring category.  we do not actually install carpeting because carpeting is not really flooring. Rather, it is a material that is installed over flooring. 




We installing new flooring and repairing existing flooring. we also work with tiles, concrete, hardwood, marble, granite, linoleum, or any number of other materials. In addition, we can help you choose the right flooring for your needs.

When it is not necessary to replace the entire flooring, we will help provide assistance by repairing your existing flooring. This may be done in different ways and will be contingent upon the type of flooring you have. Tiles can usually be replaced one by one provided you can find a match for the color while hardwood floors usually need to be replaced completely.

Wood Flooring
Whether you're installing a new wood floor or repairing your existing one, wood flooring is always a beautiful, long-lasting addition to your home. There are so many types of flooring, you can be sure to find one to fit your budget.
Laminate: This is a cost effective option that will withstand a certain amount of wear. Laminate will not match the look and feel of real wood floors. The areas where the planks join will wear considerably over time, and when damage sets in, it is not an easy repair. Laminate is easily damaged by moisture, and when that damage sets in, it cannot be fixed.
Solid Wood: One of the many benefits of solid wood flooring is that it can be sanded and refinished many times. This means it's easy to repair and keep looking new. Prices will vary depending on the species of wood.
Engineered hardwood: Made using three to four layers of wood glued together. This type of construction produces a more stable product. Depending on the style and brand, engineered hardwood floors will range anywhere from $2 to $11 per square foot. Engineered hardwood floors come in a variety of styles to match any decor.
Bamboo: Not only is bamboo resistant to moisture, but it is environmentally friendly and an optimal choice for those who are looking to build "green". Bamboo flooring is softer than traditional hardwoods, so it will not cause pain if it is stood on for long periods of time. The softness of the floor will also reduce noise. The downfalls to bamboo are the cost and its brittle state. Despite the fact that it is a durable type of flooring, it is more susceptible to dings and scratches than other wood floors.
Cork: One of the best things about cork floors is that they are environmentally friendly because cork is a sustainable and renewable resource. The natural beauty of the material can suite any decor. The structure of the cork allows for a natural comfort and softness to absorb shock. One of the drawbacks of cork flooring is the cost. It is more expensive than other wood flooring options.
We deal with many different types of flooring and can assist you in choosing the best style and material for your needs and lifestyle.